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    I took DH up the coast for lunch today, then we had take away coffees and sat and watched the waves belly babe does not like it when I eat too much and responds by making me bloat and swell up like a balloon. I go from being 4 months pg, to about 8 in half an hour!

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    I'm totally over today, kids are driving me mad roll on dinner and bath/bed time!

    Plus note is PHI and dentist= winner winner chicken dinner! Just took the kids and it would of cost me $540- Nothing! And it's only going to cost me ~$150 all up to get 2 wisdom teeth out next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    I occupied mine for a fair while with some homemade popcorn which I told them to eat one piece at a time.... is that mean?
    Nope!!

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    Waiting for dp to get home- he is in charge of adult dinner but haven't heard from him yet. In huuuuuuuungry! And now sad because I think he has forgotten me. *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Waiting for dp to get home- he is in charge of adult dinner but haven't heard from him yet. In huuuuuuuungry! And now sad because I think he has forgotten me. *sigh*
    Did he remember in the end? I hope so!



    I have been cooking nearly all day! In between children stuff anyway... I'm sure you all know what it's like lol.

    So far I have made (for the freezer)
    - Shepherd's Pie
    - Fish Curry
    - Vegetable Soup
    - Peanut, ginger and chilli Chicken

    and Potato Salad, Impossible Pie and a cake for the fridge.

    Hopefully I shouldn't have to cook too much this week in the heat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Did he remember in the end? I hope so!



    I have been cooking nearly all day! In between children stuff anyway... I'm sure you all know what it's like lol.

    So far I have made (for the freezer)
    - Shepherd's Pie
    - Fish Curry
    - Vegetable Soup
    - Peanut, ginger and chilli Chicken

    and Potato Salad, Impossible Pie and a cake for the fridge.

    Hopefully I shouldn't have to cook too much this week in the heat!
    What a great effort.
    I just went searching for beef mince for dinner but I only chicken mince. So now what to make???

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    This: http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...in-L10831.html

    I haven't tried that particular one, but chicken mince chow mein is yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Did he remember in the end? I hope so!



    I have been cooking nearly all day! In between children stuff anyway... I'm sure you all know what it's like lol.

    So far I have made (for the freezer)
    - Shepherd's Pie
    - Fish Curry
    - Vegetable Soup
    - Peanut, ginger and chilli Chicken

    and Potato Salad, Impossible Pie and a cake for the fridge.

    Hopefully I shouldn't have to cook too much this week in the heat!
    Well.. yes.. after several firstly funny messages but then getting angrier and angrier... I got stupid KFC at 10:30. I am not a single-something living in NYC where it is cool to go out to dinner at ridiculous o-clock. I am a mumma of 3 with a baby that doesn't sleep that likes to be in bed at 9:30!

    *sigh* Anyway, just made veg-packed spag bol for tea.. and of course the boys are picking around all the meat (because I made the vegies far too small for them to pick out) They used to eat veg so nicely

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    The constant talking from Miss 5, like constant.. Drives...me...up...the...wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katey4 View Post
    The constant talking from Miss 5, like constant.. Drives...me...up...the...wall.
    I feel your pain! I read somewhere a 4-5 year old averages 400 questions a day. My DD hit her quota by 9am this morn and has-not-stopped!! Argh.


 

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